Madras HC refuses to grant permission for Mansoor Ali Khan to file defamation against Trisha

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23-12-2023

    Madras High Court says no to Mansoor's defamation suit

    Court fines him Rs 1 lakh

    Court also okays Trisha's response to the suit

Mansoor Ali Khan was fined ₹1 lakh by the court, with instructions to deposit the amount at the Adyar Cancer Institute in Chennai.

Following Mansoor Ali Khan’s announcement of filing a defamation case against Trisha, Chiranjeevi, and Kushboo Sundar, the Madras High Court, denied permission, citing that the court viewed the suit as a mere publicity stunt, as reported by Bar and Bench.

The court remarked that Trisha and others’ response to Mansoor’s statement was in line with what one would expect from any ordinary person.

In the prior session on December 11, Justice Kumar noted that at first glance, it seemed Trisha was the aggrieved party. The court further observed that she should have been the one approaching the court.

Mansoor recently petitioned the high court, seeking approval to initiate a civil defamation suit against Trisha, Chiranjeevi, and Kushboo. He asserted that they misconstrued a joke he made and made defamatory remarks about him on various social media platforms.

Madras HC refuses to grant permission for Mansoor Ali Khan to file defamation against Trisha

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    Madras High Court says no to Mansoor's defamation suit

    Court fines him Rs 1 lakh

    Court also okays Trisha's response to the suit

Mansoor Ali Khan was fined ₹1 lakh by the court, with instructions to deposit the amount at the Adyar Cancer Institute in Chennai.

Following Mansoor Ali Khan’s announcement of filing a defamation case against Trisha, Chiranjeevi, and Kushboo Sundar, the Madras High Court, denied permission, citing that the court viewed the suit as a mere publicity stunt, as reported by Bar and Bench.

The court remarked that Trisha and others’ response to Mansoor’s statement was in line with what one would expect from any ordinary person.

In the prior session on December 11, Justice Kumar noted that at first glance, it seemed Trisha was the aggrieved party. The court further observed that she should have been the one approaching the court.

Mansoor recently petitioned the high court, seeking approval to initiate a civil defamation suit against Trisha, Chiranjeevi, and Kushboo. He asserted that they misconstrued a joke he made and made defamatory remarks about him on various social media platforms.

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